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This Monon Bell season, make sure you’re a fan of the real tigers out there. Earlier this month, the New York Times reported that...

Women’s basketball: Tigers look to bounce back after last-second loss

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After a hot 4-0 start the No. 6 ranked DePauw women’s basketball team fell to 19th ranked Washington University-St. Louis at the Midwest Challenge...

Tigers fall short of upset; lose in OT to No. 10...

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The 2017-18 DePauw men’s basketball season is underway and the Tigers are off to a (1-2) start. After opening the season with a 90-72...

Men’s Swimming: Tigers picking up momentum

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With nearly half the regular season over, the Tigers are starting to put everything together. “Overall we’re really pleased,” said Head Coach Adam Cohen. “The...

Women’s Swimming Update: First-year class already playing vital role

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After losing All-American Angela Newlon and the rest of a talented senior class, the Tigers have returned a strong group of experienced swimmers along...

Lasky breaks school record en route to a 42-26 win over...

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The DePauw Tigers football team found their victorious spirit once again with a 42-26 victory over the visiting Allegheny College Gators. The Tigers move...

DePauw Downed 52-6 at home in a match-up of the undefeated

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The 13th-ranked Wittenberg University Tigers football team snapped #25 DePauw’s six-game win streak, by securing a 52-6 victory in a match-up of the remaining...

DePauw Swimming and Diving Recognized For Academic Excellence

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The DePauw men and women’s swimming and diving teams were both recognized by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) for...

Tiger’s basketball dominates the weekend, continues perfect record with 18th straight...

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The 11th-ranked DePauw University Tigers took on Hiram College and Allegheny College this past weekend, gaining further momentum by picking up their 18th straight win....

Men’s Swimming collects wins at Kenyon

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The 800-yard free relay consisting of junior Kurt Swieter, senior Matt Gullickson, sophomore Adam Pircon, and first-year Charlie Stewart-Bates missed the podium at 11th.

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